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Structure of the Summer School

The purpose of this summer school is to train young postdocs and PhD-students in recent advances in matrix computation and iterative methods. Each day there will be six hours of classes, consisting of a mix of lectures and theoretical/practical classes. Students are encouraged to engage in the activities of the school by either giving an oral presentation (of approximately 15 minutes) or bringing a poster to present at one of the poster sessions. This additional activity is not mandatory for participants in the summer school, but it is strongly recommended.

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Gene H. Golub, USA
Matrix computaion
Biswa Datta, USA
"Basic Krylov Subspace Methods and their Applications to Linear Systems and Eigenvalue Problems"
"Applications of Krylov Subspace Methods to Solutions of Linear Matrix Equations, Eigenvalue Assignment, and Model Reduction."
"Recent Developments on Qudratic Matrix Eigenvalue and Inverse Eigenvalue Problems."
Ake Bjorck, Sweden
Reshetova Galina Russia
Numerical-analytical algorithm of seismic wave propagation in heterogeneous media
Zbigniew I. Woznicki , Poland
"Matrix Splitting Iterative Methods and their Implementation in Mesh Structures"
Robert Beauwens , Belgium
Kuznetzov U. A. , USA-Russia
Multilayer methods for solving systems linear equations.
Lev A. Krukier , Russia
Iterative methods for solving strongly nonsymmetric systems linear equations.
Peter N. Vabishevich Russia
Iterative methods for solving convection-diffusion equation.
This list may be subject to change. Other lecturers and topics will be included on this page in due course.
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Abstracts (of a maximum 1 page) are required from all participants wishing to present a talk at the summer school. Abstracts have to be sent via e-mail

The deadline date for submission of a contributed abstract is May 5, 2002.

Notification of acceptance will be sent around May 5, 2002.

Programme Book

All participants will be given the IMMC02 Programme Book at registration. The Programme Book will show in detail the dates, times and locations of all the events. It will also contain abstracts of the plenary lectures. All of this information will be available on the Summer School web site prior to the meeting.

Summer School Proceedings

The Proceedings of the Summer School will be published after the Summer School. Only presented at the Summer School and passed referee's selection papers will be included into Proceedings Book.

People wishing to present a paper in a field related to the Summer School topics are invited either to submit electronic version of the paper (only in English) in LaTeX format by e-mail or bring it with to the Summer School on a PC-compatible diskette to handle it in directly to the Summer School Organizing Committee.

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